Any interest in revisionist history?


Politicians of every stripe cause me to scratch my head at times and wonder how these morons ended up in positions of “leadership.” One can drive oneself to distraction contemplating these issues. However, some politicians make me want to scream! Hillary Clinton is at the top of that list (along with her husband).

The refugee crisis in Syria and Europe is coming to our shores. However, this is not the first or the last refugee crisis during which Americans were or will be asked to lend a helping hand. American opinion polls show that the average citizen has some serious concerns. Bloomberg Research found that 53% of Americans do not want to admit any Syrian refugees. More than two dozen governors, including Democrat governors, have said they’ll oppose Syrian refugees being resettled in their states. House Speaker Ryan, proposed legislation that would not allow Syrian refugees into our country until our intelligence apparatus could state that they were not a threat. Enough Democrat representatives backed this legislation to make it “veto-proof” in the House.

Also, you should be aware that this is not the first time Americans have been skeptical of admitting refugees.

FT_15.11.18_refugeePublicOpinion

However, Hillary Clinton has spoken out vehemently. “We cannot allow terrorists to intimidate us into abandoning our values and our humanitarian obligations. Turning away orphans, discriminating against Muslims, slamming the door on every Syrian refugee, that is just not who we are! We are better than that! We should be doing more to ease this humanitarian crisis, not less.”

What an humanitarian! Saint Hillary!

[Source: The Clinton solution for refugees: Guantanamo, by Marc A. Theissen]

In the early 1990s, tens of thousands of refugees fled Haiti (some were orphans, many were old, many were women) and sought refuge in the United States following the military coup that overthrew President Jean Bertrand Aristide. They did not include Islamist terrorists, but many posed another perceived threat: They had HIV. Instead of admitting them into the United States, President Bill Clinton ordered the Haitian refugees be held at Guantanamo, and then repatriated back to Haiti.

God help us if she is elected President!

Roy Filly

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One Response to Any interest in revisionist history?

  1. trailbee says:

    Even though I’m here now, when we emigrated from Germany in 1951, we could not get visas to come to America. My family immigrated to Canada, and it was from there that I was able to come to America. Had to jump through the hoops, but it was worth it. So, I can see why so many wish to live here.
    But, I wonder, this might be different for people who are just moved, lock, stock and barrel into the U.S., and whose culture and religion is totally different.

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